Carole Nantel

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The Best Pizza Places in Every U.S. State, Mapped

If there's one thing we love about pizza it's that it's perfect at any time of day. Breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner — 3 am in the morning — hot or …

The Cheapest Month to Visit Disney World

If you’ve never visited Disney World before (or have somehow been living under Pride Rock for most of your life), we have some bad news for you: …

Partial statues of King Psamtik I, Ramses II and Ra-Hor-Akhti discovered in Egypt

Archaeologists working in Souq al-Kharnis in the Matariya district of Egypt have uncovered a large number of fragments of the lower part of King …

Ancient History

Second Sphinx Buried In Sand In Egypt’s Giza Plateau, Pyramids Much Older Than Believed, Researchers Claim

The Sphinx — the ancient and giant statue of what appears to be a lion with a human face — is one of the most remarkable structures in the world and …

Archaeologists Find Rare Pet Cemetery In Ancient Egypt

At the site of Berenike on the Red Sea coast of southern Egypt, archaeologists discovered the burials of nearly 100 complete animal skeletons dating to about 75-150 AD, making it one of the earliest known pet cemeteries.<p>Animal burials are quite common in Egypt, from the pre-Dynastic through Roman …

Archaeology

Did the Egyptians create a canal and a port to bring stone to the Great Pyramid?

A Boston-based archaeologist has developed a theory that the Egyptians delivered stone to the pyramids at Giza through a system of canals and …

Egypt

ABDEL FATTAH AL SISI, President of Egypt, said his country’s long-standing involvement with the United Nations — as a founding member having served …

The enduring mystery of an ancient Egyptian king’s smashed sculpture

The sculpture was crafted out of “a piece of graywacke, a metamorphic rock only quarried in the ancient Near East in Wadi Hammamat,” supporting the …

Ancient Egypt: Tombs More Than 2,000 Years Old Uncovered by Archaeologists in Hidden Burial Chambers

Archeologists in Egypt have uncovered ancient rock tombs, carved almost two-and-half millennia ago during the time of the pharaohs, as they excavated …

Ancient Egypt: Archaeologists think they've found a secret chamber in the Great Pyramid of Giza

Last year, the team located two 'anomalies' inside one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.<p>Is a secret chamber in the Great Giza Pyramid about …

Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh May Be the 1st Known 'Giant'

The supposed remains of Sa-Nakht, a pharaoh of ancient Egypt, may be the oldest known human giant, a new study finds.<p>Myths abound with stories of …

Great Pyramid of Giza could be hiding 4,000-year-old secret

The Great Pyramid of Giza could be about to give up a secret it has been hiding for more than 4,000 years.<p>Experts think they’re on the verge of …

Herakleion and Eastern Canopus, Egypt

On Egypt’s northern coast, where the Nile delta meets the sea, there once stood two cities of such wealth and grandeur that they were famous …

The Mummy Returns: Egyptian Dignitary's Face and Brain Reconstructed

An international team of researchers has reconstructed the face and brain of a 3,500-year-old Egyptian mummy, revealing a unique "packing" embalming …

Tutankhamun artefacts moved to Grand Egyptian Museum ahead of soft opening in 2018 - Ancient Egypt - Heritage

Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities has transported another batch of items from the Tutankhamun collection to their new home at the Grand Egyptian Museum …

Ancient History

Ancient Egypt: 3,400-year-old tomb of gold worker discovered on Nile River island

The remains of a dozen individuals, including a foetus, were found inside the tomb.<p>Archaeologists working on Sai Island, in northern Sudan, have …

This 3,000-Year-Old Prosthetic Wooden Toe is More Incredible Than We Thought

An ongoing reexamination of an ancient Egyptian wooden toe is shedding new light on how the remarkable wooden prosthetic was manufactured, and …

Egyptologists examine 'sensational' discovery: a fake toe

Think losing a toe in ancient Egypt meant you'd be forever without one? Not so, at least in one case. Egyptologists from Switzerland's University of Basel have since 2015 been studying what a press release calls an "ancient Egyptian elite cemetery" near Luxor, and one of its finds was small but …

Archaeology

Oldest prosthetic in the world is a 3,000-year-old wooden toe belonging to an Ancient Egyptian

A fake toe could tell you a lot about how someone lived.<p>Archaeologists are investigating a remarkable carved wooden toe dating back to the 1st …

Were the Ancient Egyptians Black or White? Scientists Now Know

Egyptologists, writers, scholars, and others, have argued the race of the ancient Egyptians since at least the 1970’s. Some today believe they were …

Ancient History

Ancient Egyptian "billboard" could rewrite history of hieroglyphs

Archaeologists from Yale and the Royal Museums of Art and History in Belgium have discovered an ancient Egyptian "billboard" that might turn back the …

10 Strange Facts about Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egypt conjures up images of pharaohs, pyramids, golden treasures and mummies for most people. It has long fascinated and intrigued people all …

Ancient Egyptians more closely related to Europeans than modern Egyptians, scientists claim

Scientists who managed to obtain full genome sequences of Ancient Egyptians for the first time have concluded the people of the pharaohs were more …

Anthropology

Egypt discovers 3,000-year-old tomb of nobleman

Egyptian archaeologists yesterday unearthed several mummies and hundreds of funerary statues in a 3,500-year-old tomb near the city of Luxor, the latest in a series of major discoveries of ancient relics.<p>The discovery was made by an Egyptian archaeological mission working in the Draa Abul Nagaa …

The truth about ancient Egypt

Tyrannical god-kings, feudal divisions, poisonings, treason – many of our
 long-held beliefs about ancient Egypt are based on misunderstandings 
and …

Pets in Ancient Egypt

The ancient Egyptians kept animals as pets ranging from domesticated dogs and cats to baboons, monkeys, fish, gazelles, birds (especially falcons), …

Osiris

Osiris is the Egyptian Lord of the Underworld and Judge of the Dead, brother-husband to Isis, and one of the most important gods of ancient Egypt. …

Djed

The djed is an ancient Egyptian symbol for stability which features prominently in Egyptian art and architecture throughout the country's history. …

Model of men making bricks

Middle Kingdom, late Dynasty 11 – early Dynasty 12 (2010–1961 B.C.)<p>Found in the tomb of Djehutynakht at Deir el-Bersha, Egypt, May 1915; excavated by …